My name is Elyssa. I love God and my family and I inspired them to be Vegan to save the animals. My hobbies are reading, writing, dancing, drawing, singing, and painting. I also like to study different cultures. I was born in San Diego, California, in 2003. I live with my mom and my 3 sisters.
My mom is an author, so when I was seven, I followed her example and created the picture book now called http://janrebel.eu/nextgen-image/123/91x68/crop/77b46c3558c9869d95f172818a807250 http://janrebel.eu/nextgen-image/123/91x68/crop/77b46c3558c9869d95f172818a807250 See What I Can Become. Knowing me and my sister loved to paint, my mom asked us to illustrate her book. At first I was uncertain: “Should do it or not?” I decided to look at the facts: “Well Elisha wants to do it, (4) the term xanthan gum referred to in the definition (c) is used synonymously with guar gum and it does not exclude th (4) the term xanthan gum referred to in the definition (c) is used synonymously with guar gum and it does not exclude th I love to paint, and she does too……… So What Am I Waiting For?!” She enrolled us in private art lessons and we began. We painted one principle a week and studied the principle, too. This experience increased my love for art.
One day our mom asked “Girls, how would you like to sell your paintings and get a website?” (My mom taught lessons on social media and website designing so we knew a lot about that!) I was overjoyed. I loved the idea! So, we began on the website and included copies of the 52 principles illustrations. I believe that our book I Love ME! is like a bigger and more advanced version of See What I Can Become, because they both teach about self-esteem. My “author’s note” on See What I Can Become explains how I want kids to believe they can do and be anything. You also read my recipe to dreams coming true.
I Love ME! teaches kids and tweens to love themselves, take care of themselves, choose wisely, have gratitude, believe in themselves, be more, and give back. I Love ME! was written by my sister and I. We made it because we want to help kids overcome low self-esteem.